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3G HD-SDI and the Trinix Advantage

Grass Valley
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 01-06-2011
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Size1.87 MB
Create DateJuly 9, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 20, 2015

A digital video signal is just a series of numbers representing the image. Digital copies can be flawless, if the numbers are recovered correctly from the source media, and transferred correctly to the destination media.

Digital audio and video signals usually originate as analog signals that are converted to digital signals.

This white paper discusses how the emphasis on design excellence inside the routing frame of the Grass Valley Trinix NXT router can reap dividends by creating much-needed extra headroom outside of the frame, especially when dealing with legacy equipment and cabling systems.


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3G HD-SDI and the Trinix Advantage